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Re: Moving alpha and hppa architectures to debian-ports.org

On Mon, Apr 25, 2011 at 1:45 PM, Aurelien Jarno <aurel32@debian.org> wrote:
> Hi Alpha and HPPA porters,
> Thanks to the DSA team, we now have a new machine with plenty of
> available space to run debian-ports.org. I have already started to copy
> the data, and I hope to be able to do the final migration during the
> next week-end (30th April / 1st May). I'll create the Alpha and HPPA
> archive at the same time, so that we can start moving these
> architectures during the week after.

Thank you for helping out!

In this post: http://lists.debian.org/debian-project/2011/05/msg00012.html,
you write: "nobody answered my emails", but here you wrote "and got a
few responses", could you please clarify?

> In order to prepare this move, I would need a few informations:
> - A place/way to fetch all the .deb that have to be import with the
>  corresponding .changes.
> - List of persons who need to have access to the wanna-build interface.
>  If some of them are not DD, please also provide mail/login/ssh key.
> - List of persons who should be able to upload packages to the archive
>  with the corresponding GPG keys (that should include buildds
>  maintainers).
> - List of emails to be used as a contact point for alpha/hppa buildds
>  and alpha/hppa related things.
> - List of buildds with their IP, SSH key and mail address.

> I already asked all of that recently and got a few responses, but I
> would prefer if one single person per architecture can work on that, and
> send me a summary (preferably a signed mail from a Debian Developer).
> It's easier than having to process individual requests.

Is there anyone that has stepped up to be a coordinator for hppa in

The reason I'm asking is because I have critical glibc patches for
debian-hppa that should fix serious userspace SIGEV_THREAD problems
and I'm trying to figure out how to get those into debian-ports for



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